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Super League V

Super League V
Super League V
League Super League
Number of teams 12
Aggregate attendance 1,245,720
(average 7,415)
2000 Season
Champions Template:Leagueicon St Helens
League Leaders Template:Leagueicon Wigan Warriors
Man of Steel Template:Leagueicon Sean Long
Top point-scorer(s) Template:Leagueicon Sean Long (390)
Top try-scorer(s) Template:Leagueicon Sean Long (22)
Template:Leagueicon Tommy Martyn (22)
< 1999 Seasons 2001 >

Tetley's Bitter Super League was the official name for the year 2000's Super League championship season, the 106th season of top-level professional rugby league football in Britain, and the fifth championship run by Super League. The season culminated in the Grand Final between St Helens RLFC and Wigan Warriors, which St Helens won, claiming their second consecutive Championship.

Super League V Table

Regular Season Final Standings

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Template:Leagueicon Wigan Warriors 28 24 1 3 960 405 +555 49
2 Template:Leagueicon St Helens 28 23 0 5 988 627 +361 46
3 Template:Leagueicon Bradford Bulls 28 20 3 5 1004 408 +596 43
4 Template:Leagueicon Leeds Rhinos 28 17 0 11 692 626 +66 34
5 Template:Leagueicon Castleford Tigers 28 17 0 11 585 571 +14 34
6 Template:Leagueicon Warrington Wolves 28 13 0 15 735 817 -82 26
7 Template:Leagueicon Hull 28 12 1 15 630 681 -51 25
8 Template:Leagueicon Halifax Blue Sox 28 11 1 16 664 703 -39 23
9 Template:Leagueicon Salford City Reds 28 10 0 18 542 910 -368 20
10 Template:Leagueicon Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 28 8 0 20 557 771 -214 16
11 London Broncos 28 6 0 22 456 770 -314 12
12 Template:Leagueicon Template:Leagueicon Huddersfield-Sheffield 28 4 0 24 502 1026 -524 8
Play-offs

Play-offs

Template:Super League play-offs 5 system

Wide to West

St Helens, who finished second in the regular season table, hosted Bradford Bulls for the qualifying play-off in week one of the play-offs. One of Super League's most well known tries was scored in the final seconds of the match.[1] Bradford led the game 11–10 into the final minute when, deep in the St Helens half with the match seemingly lost, St Helens were awarded a penalty. The try scored on the second tackle by Chris Joynt became known as "Wide to West" due to the phrase being used in live commentary by Eddie Hemmings. St Helens won 16–11. Template:Cquote

See also

External links

  • Super League V at wigan.rlfans.com
  • Super League V at rugbyleagueproject.com

References

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